Q: Q: Car cannot go into gear

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I was wondering if it's worthwhile to fix the issue on my car or just get another one. The car cannot go past 15 mph. The shifting itself works, but it cannot go into gears. The other day I was able to drive it briefly, after it sat for a few hours. However, during driving, all lights on the gear selector started to blink.What should I do?

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